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Should Be Doing Homework

I'm sitting on my bed at 10:40PM not doing homework. I ought to be writing a paper... but its near the end of the semester and my pile of homework should be doings is getting long and tiring. So I thought... 'I ought to blog.'

Independence Day was crazy and consisted of several vomiting children. I think I should go through all past holidays on here and just count up which ones involved the stomach flu because I seriously think I'm jinxed.

Albowin actually threw up in front of about 40 people right in the middle of the fireworks show. That was a first for me, I've never actually had a child throw up in public before. But it's passed through our house now (knock on wood) and moved on to some other poor souls home.

Anyway. Now I feel guilt about not doing homework so I will go. Perhaps I will have more to talk about tomorrow.

This blog post seems strangely lacking. :)


Rob-bear said…
Well, maybe that's your blog's way of telling you to get back to your homework.

Going back to school is not an easy process. I went back when I was about 35. My wife and I had a house and two small kids, and we lived off two part-time jobs. For a year. Then I got full-time work, and the pressure was off. More or less.

I know school is important, but please take care of Cannwin in the process. And those wonderful kids, too!

Blessings and Bear hugs to all.

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